Make plans to attend future programs of the interfaith dialogue series.
The invitation is inclusive—extended to all faiths.
Programs are held at Grateful Steps Bookshop, 159 South Lexington Avenue, Asheville 28801, on the third Thursday evening each month at 5:30 p.m. For more information: 828 277 0998.
The presenter each month is an author. Dr. Hal Littleton and Micki Cabaniss are co-moderators.
May 16: Mary Caldwell, author of Praying for Fishhooks.
What is answered and unanswered prayer? Why do our requests for good things sometimes seem to be ignored? Does it matter whether or not we ask God for our desires? Mary Caldwell provides compelling answers to these questions and others that are central to faith. She offers an improved understanding of the significance of intercessory prayer and encourages us to pray more deeply and effectively.
The Reverend Mary Long Caldwell has been a chaplain at St. Joseph's Hospital here in Asheville. She is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (A.B.) and Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (M.Div.). She has published numerous articles for The Deacon magazine.
Join us for the interfaith event in May. The invitation is inclusive—extended to all faiths. Programs are held at 159 South Lexington Avenue, Asheville, on the third Thursday evening each month at 5:30 p.m. For more information, call 828 277 0998. The presenter each month is an author. Drs. Hal Littleton and Micki Cabaniss are co-moderators.
June 20: Deb Lloyd, Believe and it is True
The goal of the dialogue is to hear each other and learn from each other—to explore what others believe and why, how those beliefs work for them and shape their lives.
We encourage the attendees to review the book in advance to get more from the discussion, and we ask all attendees to:
o enhance dialogue with questions and openness of conversation
o eagerly share their beliefs and why they are meaningful to them personally
o always be respectful of the beliefs shared by others
o never impose their beliefs on others
o expect that they will not be disparaged in any way for their beliefs
Dr. Huff will be busy sharing his tale of a sad clown who learned from a boy with a disability a reason to smile again. He will be at an event in Greensboro May 1, at the Reuter Center here in Ash
Sonia Brooks Presents a Children’s Music Program
We will have one more program (Saturday, April 27 11 a.m. - 12N) before a hiatus. Then we resume in the fall.
A free music workshop for children is held every Saturday at Grateful Steps Bookshop. Sonia Brooks, provides multi-faceted music every